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iW News | "Randy and the Mob" Wins Two at 38th Nashville Film Festival

By Indiewire | Indiewire April 27, 2007 at 1:07AM

Ray McKinnon's world debut "Randy and the Mob" won the President's Award as well as the audience award at the 38th Nashville Film Festival, and Niall Heery's "Small Engine Repair" was given the "Nashville Film Festival/Regal Cinemas Dreammaker Award" for best feature without U.S. distribution. "Banished" by Marco Williams received best doc. Keith McDaniel's "The Clinton 12" won both the audience prize for best doc and the "NPT Human Spirit Award." As previously announced, former Vice President Al Gore was on hand to present Jennifer Baichwal the fest's Reel Current Award for "Manufactured Landscapes." Nashville cllosed with the world debut of "Americanizing Shelley" by Lorraine Senna. NFF screened 240 films from 40 countries. [Brian Brooks]
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Ray McKinnon's world debut "Randy and the Mob" won the President's Award as well as the audience award at the 38th Nashville Film Festival, and Niall Heery's "Small Engine Repair" was given the "Nashville Film Festival/Regal Cinemas Dreammaker Award" for best feature without U.S. distribution. "Banished" by Marco Williams received best doc. Keith McDaniel's "The Clinton 12" won both the audience prize for best doc and the "NPT Human Spirit Award." As previously announced, former Vice President Al Gore was on hand to present Jennifer Baichwal the fest's Reel Current Award for "Manufactured Landscapes." Nashville cllosed with the world debut of "Americanizing Shelley" by Lorraine Senna. NFF screened 240 films from 40 countries. [Brian Brooks]